Friday, October 25, 2013

"Death To America" Competition--Iran

Nov 2nd @ The Occupied US Embassy
Judges

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Moral degeneracy of the highest degree. Huge disregard for the consequences that, have been, and are still being brought upon the Iranian nation as a whole, because of such bigoted attitude. They will go to hell with hearts' filled with hate and sin, no doubt.

Anonymous said...

And this is a nation that prides itself with 2500 of civilisation? Behaving like a bunch of thugs in the street with "arbadeh keshidan". Reminds me of those blacks and other so called minirities that rather than using logic all they do is beating their chest. That is all they can do. No wonder everyone else looks down on this bunch of clowns. Who will take them seriously!? After so many years I have come to conclusion that this is due to cultural backwwardness of this nation. Embarresing and a disgrace. Few years ago there was competition for holocaust and now margh bar Amrica! What tangible values are these going to produce for this nation!

Anonymous said...

Inverse - Israel lobby in Iran ?

Anonymous said...

yes I agree these are Iranian AIPACS.

Mark Pyruz said...

During and for decades after our American revolution, we had a number "Down with England" chants and mottos. In fact our current Tea Party which has representatives in Congress uses one of these mottos and old flag related to this anti-Britain time in our history.

I guess this chapter in American history wasn't of interest to Jabbar when he studied to be a citizen of our country, otherwise he'd have seen and pointed out the similarities. Or maybe its just a matter of personal venting against the country of his brith he chose to leave.

reader said...

Any evidence to suggest that the group behind this campaign has any link to the IRI? These so-called 'professors of hate' share the same characteristics as those of the al-queda and many of the far right groups in US, EU and Israel. I cannot understand why Jabbar find it necessary to use this blog to give them the oxygen of publicity they crave.

Anonymous said...

If you're OK with Iran chanting down with the USA, then why don't you get the hell out of the USA and move there?

Jabbar Fazeli, MD said...

Dear Reader,
I'm not making the news, simply commenting on it. In fact in this case I have no comment, the news speaks for itself here.

If Iranians are embarrassed by the actions of the IRI then they should change their regime. If the IRI regime is embarrassed by the action of these radicals then they shouldn't allow this event to take place at the occupied US embassy in Tehran which is controlled by the IRGC and the state.

Anonymous said...

the emblem looking like Soviet Red Star

Anonymous said...

it wasn't really a revolution carried out by America, fanboy. three Americans with no more than a couple of suitcases full of cash didn't do anything more than oversee the actions of Iranians intent on toppling Mossedegh.

Anonymous said...

excellent response, Fazeli

Anonymous said...

There is little comparison between this and aipac

Anonymous said...

AnonymousOctober 25, 2013 at 11:56 AM
If its alright for the western media to gleefully reprint the infamous Mohammad cartoons,then why is it wrong for iran to produce cartoons the west doesnt like,or perhaps you think its okay when its the west doing it?

Anonymous said...

Mark PyruzOctober 25, 2013 at 2:40 PM
Well said!
AnonymousOctober 25, 2013 at 3:45 PM
Where do you live mr malcontent?,and if you love the west so much why arent you off fighting "the good fight" over in afghanistan?

Anonymous said...

All this fuss because some people said something unkind about America! What are the other commenters here? Adults or children? What a bunch of cry babies.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 5:47 AM, exactly. Well said. You hit the nail on the head. That is exactly the attitude of anti-Iran people here. They live according to the attitude of "do as I say, NOT as I do".

Anonymous said...

Death to Iranians!!!!! competition continues.
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Iran hangs 16 rebels 'in reprisal for border deaths'


"Sixteen rebels linked to groups hostile to the regime were hanged this morning in the prison of Zahedan in response to the death of border guards in Saravan," Mohammad Marzieh, the provincial attorney general of Sistan-Baluchistan province, was quoted as saying by Fars news agency.

They were hanged in prison in Zahedan, north-east of Saravan, where the border deaths took place overnight.

It is not clear what link, if any, those hanged had to the border attack.


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sad and medieval bullshit from the regime.